nernst distribution law

nernst distribution law


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878 Points
13 years ago

Dear navneet,

At constant temperature, a solute distributes itself between two immiscible solvents only in a particular ratio" Example:Carbon tetra chloride in water and iodine in benzene.

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ankita singh
18 Points
10 years ago

Well, it has got certain limitations which are important aspects of dist. Law.

They are,

^Solute dissolved should be in the same form in the liquids.

^ Temperature should be constant.

^ No association/dissociation should take place

^ Solution should be dilute

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